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Submitted by: Allan Overgaard

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Camera manufacturer Canon 
Camera model Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL 
Exposure time 1/4 s 
Lens focal length 33 mm 
Lens aperture f 16 
ISO 100 
Date and time of original 2006-12-21 12:43 
Software used Adobe Photoshop 7.0 










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From: Stephan Dombaj · stephandombaj·at·  Link
Submitted February 13th 2007

Hi Guys!
You can also use the Sponge-tool (Photoshop and Elements, ed.) in desaturation mode! It´s quite simple because the only thing you have to do is desaturating all parts you want in B&W!
Tight Lines,

From: Allan Overgaard · overgaard·at·  Link
Submitted January 9th 2007

Hi Ripley.
Masking pictures in photoshop, put ontop of each other and then erase on the top picture...

Regards Allan

From: Ripley Davenport · admin·at·  Link
Submitted January 9th 2007

How is that effect done? B&W and the logo in colour?
Stupid question?

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